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everyone. thank you all for coming marx coming up, remarks by governor jan brewer. a tax reform proposal. -- the president is in minneapolis to discuss transportation and infrastructure funding. >> on the next washington journal, congressman phil roe on the gop alternative to the alternative -- obamacare. and later, nbc news correspondent harry smith talks about his documentary looking at marijuana in colorado. washington journal is live every morning at 7:00 eastern. you can share your thoughts on facebook and twitter. >> federal reserve chairman janet yellen testifies before the senate taking committee thursday. the first time since being confirmed to lead the central bank. you can watch it live at 10:00 a.m. eastern on c-span three. you can also join the conversation on facebook and twitter. >> blown out and broke. year in, year out. they fought the worst drought in history. they stopped, choked to death on arrenaron lined. -- b land. many were ahead of them, but then he stayed. hopes, andinery, credit were gone. resettlement.s. administration documentary "the ins."that the plao sunda
for business and capitalism. we'll have a live update in just a few minutes. >>> also supply side tax reform is back. dave camp is going to unveil his new plan tomorrow morning. we'll join us on the "kudlow report" in the evening. we will preview the story tonight. >>> we have the fcc commissioner who blew the whistle on the government's attempt to dictate and bias news stories. now we learn that this government assault may not be over. all those stories and much more coming up on the "kudlow report" beginning right now. >> good evening, everyone. i'm larry kudlow. this is the "kudlow report." we're live at 7:00 p.m. eastern and 4:00 p.m. on the west coast. our top story tonight, will arizona governor jan brewer veto a gay discrimination bill passed by the state legislature. nbc news joins us with the details. good evening. >> reporter: of course the poe opponents call it a religious freedom bill. in any event, governor brewer who is on the spot on this has just returned to arizona after attending a three-day governor's conference in washington. she'll know that the momentum toward a veto ha
from american tax collectors. it's the stuff of countless spy novels but senators say it it's all too real. $12 billion hidden away in suisse bank accounts, none of it taxed. top creditors of credit suisse accused of helping u.s. customers evade taxes in hidden accounts and overseas shell companies. brady doingen was contrite. >> credit suisse management team regrets deeply despite the industry leading measures we put in place we had suisse bank private bankers who appear to have violated u.s. law. >> doingen blamed a small group, and whoever is to blame, their methods were cloak and dagger. bank statements were slipped into a copy of "sports illustrated" and handed to a client. and in in an airport where clients never had to leave airport ground. after each transaction account statements were immediately shredded. it was all done without filing any u.s. tax. >> the jigs is up. >> senators want client names, but creditors say they're squeezed between u.s. and suisse law. >> you think you're going to be convicted in a suisse court. is the suisse government going to prosecute you if you
suisse today after a senate board accused the bank for helping americans evade millions in taxes. helping hide as as it is from the government. so far the government has learned of 228 account holders. credit suisse agreed to pay a fine for violating u.s. securities laws. mike viqueira on capitol hill, there were sharp exchanges in that senate banking sub committee hearing room today. >> reporter: you're absolutely right because that investigative committee of the united states senate spent a lot of years looking into the swiss banks, sending billions of dollars into secret accounts to try to aprovide paying taxes here in u.s. it appears certain suisse bankers have nothing--james bond has nothing on suisse bankers. >> reporter: it's the stuff of countless spy novels by some senators say it's all too real. as much as $12 billion hidden away in suisse bank accounts. all secret, none of it legal, none of it taxed. top officials of credit suisse, called before a senate panel accused in a congressional report of helping 19,000 u.s. customers evade taxes through hidden accounts and ov
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interviewed dave camp. they will discuss, among other things, his new tax plan, and we will hear about it. stay with us here on "street smart." ♪ >> if you missed everything that happened during today's session, do not worry, in 45 seconds we will get you caught up on the only stocks you need to know about today. surging 25%cpenney after forecasting an increase in revenue. same-store sales will increase mid-singlets -- by digit percentage and gross margin will significantly improve this year. >> number nine, rbs shares down six percent as they report the biggest full-year loss since the bailout in 2008. the new ceo is trying to revive earnings by combining units, shrinking the investment bank and cutting jobs. likes number eight, blackstone. agreeing to buy 25% of gianni first half cheaper $287 million. this marks the end of a lengthy search for for saatchi family owners to find an investor. versace. motors.r six, general seven, general motors. up twober six kohl's, percent. toer jaffray continues recommend the shares and notes that the company management indicating on the inter--- earn
. >>> u.s. senate panel investigating tax evasion has accused credit suisse of using cloak and dagger tactics that belong in a spy novel. it alleges c.s. bankers made 150 trips to the u.s. between 2002 and 2000208 orchestrate a large scale tax evasion scheme. some of the things credit suisse is accused of operating remote controlled lifts, and bankers accused of filing false visa applications pretending they were tourists and advising clients how to dodge u.s. tax laws. the senate hearing kicks off late today, shares trading at the bottom, just down just over 3% in trading today. >>> the firm came out to say it considers its insurance policies for wealthy u.s. citizens to be tax compliant. credit suisse has been preparing for investigations into its products known as insurance wrapper wrappers. the long arm of the u.s. treasury, by the way good morning, everybody. you didn't say good morning. >> good morning, sorry, good morning. >> good evening if you're watching in sipping apore as well. good e-mails coming out of credit suisse or conversations out of the investigation? >> it's a li
numbers are higher, because. it does not include all of excise taxes or increasing people up to age of6 on your policies it looks at one thing, i want to point-out, ty are getting rid of age differential, if y are older your premiums may be aittle bit lowerbut if you are younger, your premiums are skyrocketing, if you are health you, you pay for those who are sicker and older, that is an entitlement society, that is where we're headed. you don think that young workers have enough on their backs without paying for someone who has been smoking their career, 50% increase for smoking is aowed in premiums, where i sit in the doctor's was on the, you get every disease imaginable, someone who is young, is paying for someone's lung cancer that is coming from smoking. lou: i find incredible, we're inverting a model, it was if yo@ are healthy and young you would pay a lower premium but not in the neverland of obamacare. the healthy you are the younger you are the more you are going to be paying for those who are older, who need greater care. what sense ds that make? i understand the incentive for
," a capitol hill heavyweight tells nancy cordes about his new plan to revolutionize the tax code. >>> plus dr. david agus with the controversy over fertility treatment. does it go too far to stop birth defects? >>> we begin with this morning's "eye-opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> we saw the news that the storm was coming so we went down to the city yard to pick up sandbags. >> the west coast braces for a washout. southern californiaens loading up on supplies ahead two of pacific storms. >> many people worried about mudslides. >> water comes over, it looks like niagra falls. >> dropping temperatures from the midwest to the east, 20 to 30 degrees below normal. >> adding to the cold-weather problems, ice jams. >> you look at it and it's mass destruction. can't stop the ice. >> jan brewer won't say if she'll veto a controversial bill that allows arizona businesses to deny service to gays and lesbians. >> there's a lot of things we can bring into the state, and this just doesn't help at all in any of those. >> general motors links more deaths to a faulty ignition switch,
not include all of excise taxes or increasing people up to age of 26 on your policies it looks at one thing, i want to point-out, they are getting rid of age differential, if you are older your premiums may be a little bit lower, but if you are younger, your premiums are skyrocketing, if you are health you, you pay for those who are sicker and older, that is an entitlement society, that is where we're headed. you don't think that young workers have enough on their backs without paying for someone who has been smoking their career, 50% increase for smoking is allowed in premiums, where i sit in the doctor's was on the, you get every disease imaginable, someone who is young, is paying for someone's lung cancer that is coming from smoking. lou: i find incredible, we're inverting a model, it was if yo@ are healthy and young you would pay a lower premium but not in the neverland of obamacare. the healthy you are the younger you are the more you are going to be paying for those who are older, who need greater care. what sense does that make? i understand the incentive for government to do it, but it
that are in the papers this morning. here's the wall street journal. a column by dave camp. the tax code. you can read his proposal there. the congressman is the chairman of the house ways and means committee. the washington times today, hoping for a changed view of keystone xl. paul writes in his piece that -- we will be talking about the keystone. we will be joined by the senator from north dakota to talk about the keystone and other issues. we want to take you to an associated press report. obama health insurance at 4 million is the headline there. we will be talking about the rollout of the with jonathan alter who wrote a recent piece on foreign affairs in our spotlight. , behind the called aca rollout. here's a piece in the washington times on bill clinton. his message for democrats. picture of him with a kentucky democrat in louisville yesterday. himes.e talking with jim the national finance chairman of the house democrats. we will be talking about the 2014 field coming up in about five minutes or so. have a bit of time left. go to doug in wake forest, north carolina on our line f
you imagine saying vote for me? i want to raise your taxes and force the anti-corruption austerity budget. the russians know they fall in their lap. >> the signals that are sent to russia russian defense ministers saying rsia is now planning the permanent military presence outside russia's borders including vietnam, cuba, venezuela, ni caragua singapore and other countries and back in november secretary kerry said the monroe doctrine is dead. did he just waved the flag for russian expansionism? >> that is one of many that the administration has been waving. as clap to america the monroe doctrine is not popular and tell it is needed then they want to know where the united states is of central and south america are very worried about russian participation adventurism and a return of russian military shows that putin thinks he is achieving his objective to reestablish hegemony and he goes for world power status again. no doubt. lou: i don't know what status about obama of the secretary key suggested the united states s rejecting the monroe doctrine because it woul concern our neighbor
to a significant change but you have the anniversary of the payroll tax increase and the sequester not far away, there's hope that you'll get more economic activity translating into more consumer spending although we're not sure how that will play out because we have this potentially seminal in the way people shop. >> we had a big increase in the value of homes and macy's talks about how furniture was very strong. i mean, there are lots of people who are still putting money in homes. and that seems to be the trend that a lot of these retailers have been talking about. remember, target has a nice home business. people are spending on their homes. they are. >> now, target's q-1 profit view's a little below consennious aconsenn io consennsus, and they don't know what the data breach will cost them down the road. what is your game plan on target? >> i think the yield will hold it down. it's so funny do you know what we've got this interesting market that's the opposite of how skeptical we were coming in about retail. lowe's goes up yesterday on home deem poe doing well. low they give us a good numb
of dollars in offshore tax evasion. your goggles, upbeat about business in the u.s. even as americans get more of a taste for craft through -- craft brews. airbus stock climbs higher as the company works to boost production on its best-selling a320. good morning. welcome. you are watching "the pulse." i am guy johnson. francine lacqua is off today. what do we have for you on the show today? it is all a board brand italy. monocle magazine's latest issue is all about the country. we are live with the editor-in-chief tyler brule. we're going to cover a lot of ground. italy, beautiful but problematic. what do we do with it? let's begin with our top story of the day, and explosive report by u.s. lawmakers on credit suisse. according to a senate committee, the bank helped american customers hide as much as $10 billion in assets from the irs. that is more than double the amount previously known. hans nichols has more on the findings. he joins us from berlin. >> the numbers are shocking. more so than the numbers, the details, the salacious aspects of this report. you had secret meetings in secret
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oil in tim cook's words with reference to exxon mobile than any company out there or any tax company and talking about acquisitions, jab or bob, started by former apple workers, facebook for some other acquisitions are not looking to pay the most war in a race to do the most acquisitions, only the ones that make sense for them. he has gone on to highlight manufacturing, working to bring jobs back to the u.s. and sapphire manufacturing there as well. talking about china mobile and dealing recently, at 17 cities to expand out to 200. also gone on to say, a funny moment, after this update, talking about some new products we are working on and you can hear an audible gasp and started joking and laughing and aunt to hear about the capital program they boost the dividend and raised the buybacks the $60 billion that had a record $17 billion by offering to do that. and $20 billion in cash in the u.s. more than $100 billion is overseas and that would be subject a higher tax rate to they brought it back to fund that and have to do another bond indeed they up the buyback after buying $14 billio
sales of big ticket items ahead of the tax hike gave a boost to different regions. the cabinet office revised upward its quarterly economic assessment for eight of the 11 regions in the country. the improvement is traced to strong demand for cars, and the stepped-up production of semiconductors and liquid crystal panels for smartphones and tablets. officials predict the sales and production will continue to climb due to firm domestic demand. >>> japanese automaker mazda has celebrated the official opening of a new plant in mexico. the company chairman called the factory mazda's most important global base. takashi yamanouchi was joined by mexican president enrique pena nieto at the opening ceremony in the central state on thursday. >> translator: mazda is taking its future of this new plant. it's our most important global production base. we are determined to make it a success and begin a new chapter in the company's history. >> the plant began making cars for north america in january. in april, it will start production for the mexican market. mazda is hoping to raise the plant's annua
sales tax revenues. >> nbc's mike taibbi joins us from phoenix. what do we know from the meetings today? >> reporter: well, the governor is going to be very busy today, tamron, she's going to have a number of meetings, one with the three state senators whom you just refer. we spoke to one, who expects to explain why he and his two senate colleagues changed their mind. as you say, originally supported for the bill believed it had nothing to do with lgbt or identity issues, that it was a religious freedom bill, as it says in the text, the words gay, lesbian, lgbt don't exist anywhere in the bill, senator pierce pointed out, so he did support and vote for that, along with his republican congress, then you saw the fallout and saw that whether there's a difference between reality and perception or not, perception is what matters, it's what people are reacting to. he said we made a mistake, we got to fix it. he's going to go and tell the governor exactly that. then the governor is likely going to hear from the phoenix economic council. we spoke to the executive director. he said he's been spe
if they are in the area of being eligible for a premium tax credit, and even if they aren't, making sure they are comfortable filling out at return. we have started the public information campaign this week. we will spend the rest of the week getting preparers and taxpayers comfortable. 70 or eight -- 80% aren't going to have anything at all. a big chunk of people will not be affected. we will get you and the committee the information over how much we have spent for i.t. or personnel. what are we spending this year, and what do we expect the requirements are going to be in the next year or two? >> i am sure when you next appear before us there will be a lot of discussion about the dollars necessary. >> i wanted to ask about bonuses. making sure bonuses are being given to employees who have shown improved performance or goals they have met. have you taken -- we put some language together. have you taken the language to make sure the bonuses would be rewarded to those who showed employee performance and productivity? >> they are performance awards. the goal is one percent of compensation.
the needed upgrades for rail and bus systems. the fixes sound great but how will we pay for them? taxes. this week president obama urged lawmakers to revamp corporate and business taxes to pay for the infrastructure improvements. he also wants to raise the federal gas tax which is already at more than 18 cents a gallon. we all want safe roads and bridges. the question will be whether we have the political will to make it happen. coming up. this big oscar weekend, we will run down the categories and why have so many americans not seen the films no nominated? >> this weekend. an in-depth hook at all ten oscar nominated documentaries so "consider this," the only film feature length -- >> this is a long struggle. >> to short subject. >> just like michelangelo, in the sistine chapel. >> only on al jazeera america. >> it is oscar weekend and millions will tune in for hoirld'hollywood's biggest nigh. but a surprising report says millions of americans haven't seen even some of these. bill wyman joins us and ben mankowitz, a critic and away the flick? is this more proof that it's television that
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. up late. thinking up game-changing ideas, like this: dozens of tax free zones across new york state. move here. expand here. or start a new business here... and pay no taxes for 10 years. with new jobs, new opportunities and a new tax free plan. there's only one way for your business to go. up. find out if your business can qualify at >>> okay. we've heard from our reporters in moscow and from crimea. we were going to talk to vitali klitschko. he couldn't make it. to get a feel of the mood in kiev i have ian lee standing by there. ian, there has been much talk out of kiev about actually preparing for war. is that what it feels like there? >> reporter: it definitely has that sort of feel here, fareed, especially in independence square behind me all day. they're talking about the situation in the crimea and the russians moving in and also talking about those military bases in the crimea that have been blockaded by russian forces unwilling to give up, surrender to the russians there. these are people who are still mourning, mind you, after the bloody weeks that they had
congress knows that our republican friends are fighting hard and have given huge tax breaks, we're talking about hundreds and hundreds of billions of dollars to the wealthiest people in this country. they support a situation where one out of four major corporations in this country doesn't pay a nickel in federal income taxes. that's okay. it's okay to go to war in iraq and afghanistan without figuring out how you're going to pay for it, just putting it on the credit card. what this bill does is take less than 2% from the oco fund, less than 2% to make life a little bit better for the men and women who put their lives on the line to defend us. and it really was quite incredible to see almost all republicans -- we got two -- almost all republicans put their partisan loyalty ahead of the needs of the veterans in this country. >> are you going to take another reason at it? you got senator halorran? >> oh, we're going to take another shot at it. >> senator bernie sander, thank you. >> the american legion is saying there's a right way to vote and a wrong way and 41 senators chose the wrong way.
regulations. that's not income tax. that's not health care. that's federal regulations. the small business administration, not some republican, said it costs $11,000 per american worker to comply with federal regulations. $11,000. we're not saying that all of that's bad. what we're saying of the hundreds of thousands of federal regulations -- and by $520 , $1.8 trillion, million of that burden was passed in the last four years and there's $87 billion worth of regulations waiting just this year to be passed. now, the federal reserve and treasury, they testified at the financial services committee every year and they say if you can increase the gross domestic product by 2%, we can create jobs. 2%. if we can grow it from 2% to 4%. let me submit that in that 14% of the gross national product that's absorbed by federal regulations, we can find one out of seven of those regulations that we can change. i'll close by telling you a good one. the chairman started by talking about the cement industry. the e.p.a. proposed a regulation that would have put 200,000 american cement workers out of work. w
taxes don't go to the city of philadelphia. >> sure, that's certainly part of the issue. i mean, one of the things that was fascinating to us when we did this analysis and compared philadelphia to other cities, a nap shot of 2010 we found that the size of the middle class in philadelphia was not that different than a lot of other cities. what was different was the size of the upper income group. in philadelphia was not 9% to 10%. in washington, boston, new york, it's 15%, 16%, 17%. that's a big difference. as you say in those cities some of those people, a lot of those people are actually living within the city limits, that's less true in philadelphia. >> are there obvious ones in places for philadelphia. >> the solutions may be obvious, but they're certainly not easy. you know, in our report we talked about three kinds of solutions. one is to cater specifically to the middle class, to people who are here now are middle class and the middle class people who might want to come. you do that through tax breaks and providing educational options. you do that with lifestyle amenities. th
americans dodge taxes. hans nichols has more. the accusation is pretty shocking, isn't it -- $10 billion. how did the committee arrive at this number? i sat down with brady dougan a couple of weeks ago. he is tightlipped on the issue. >> the committee spent six years on this. it is a some hundred 70 page report. talk about numbers alone -- credit suisse has turned over the names of 238 banks accounts. the allegation in the report is that there were 10,000 visits by clients to one branch inside this a wreck airport. when you go to the zÜrich airport, we buy chocolate. apparently it is where you go to do your banking as well. they had 1800 employees that were dedicated to serving u.s. clients. the details are explosive. a fake visa applications, document shredding, you have secret meetings in secret elevators. you have inc. statements being theed to clients inside magazine "sports illustrated." it is remarkable. what brady dougan will have to account for is that if there was a culture at the bank that was trying to flout u.s. law. why did they set up the meetings? why did they have an air
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taxes? >> we are talking about a whole new approach here. where we can actually bring the entire workforce out of the shadows, create good wages, good jobs, good training, bring the whole industry out of the shadows, and actually create more opportunity, while we create more support. >> and i know that those pimas well, the elderly deserve all that support and respect. thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. >>> our week long series aging america continues next time on this program. >> we simply understand each other. i think all of us are a little afraid of being pandered to, of being dumbed down, i hate people who come and take my elbow and try to help me across the street because i have white harry. i want to say, sonny, cut that out. >> your elders and betters, spending quality time with the senior citizens of a growing movement. seniors helping seniors for the long haul. and calling all caregivers, "america tonight's" digital team wants to you share your stories, visit us online at or tweet with the #agingamerica. and ahead in our final t
to drink as much. when i went to mexico -- >> carbonated beverages. >> mexican tax was against obesity, mexico forward country since change in leadership, this is happening right now, happening worldwide. >> the critics, of buffett who are upset about his lack of transparency on derivatives, right, all of those things, tax inefficiencies that they worry about after he passes, when he passes. >> i think people have to read the shareholder letter. he's underperforming, look, in 2000 -- in 2008, he was down 9. market down 37.0. he says overand over, my job's not to shoot the lights out during the upmarkets but protect the downside. if you read the letter and think real problem's with transparency, he mentions the terrible texas deal he was involved in. >> energy partner had to take a write-down. >> he shows you how he makes decisions. read other annuals, other annuals are about, we have a pretty good toothpaste, you know? others are about don't rule us out against the -- our food wars because like we're still selling a lot of tvs. honestly, it's like, hey, open up, make folksiness. >> lik
, which is probably too much even for jim grant. so i think you always have to think, what are the tax arrangements, what are the future taxes? what does that look like? what is the monetary arrangement? what does that look like? once i know what that apology is, i can go, jim cramer and others can go and say here's what the prices are. >> that's interesting. >> i know it's been talk around wall street that this is artificial pricing and stuff. it's inhaernt becauerent. >> as free as the market ever gets, still takes into account some -- >> you can have crappy policies and you can have good policies. that's certainly true and fair to argue. you're never going to get away from the idea that the policies are affecting the prices. >> more from fed president, st. louis fed president jim bullard still to come. >>> let's take a check on energy prices. oil prices have been climbing over the past month and nat gas has been on a tear this winter. joining us now is lord john brown, former ceo of. bp. welcome to the broadcast, "seven elements that changed the world" is the name of the book. we th
marone to be your chief of staff at homeland security that he made personal use of monies from tax-exempt charities? >> i was generally aware of his public testimony. it was highly publicized, and it concerned events 12-17 years ago. i'm more focused on the last five years when he's worked many national security. >> were you aware when he was hired that at one tomb he secured if writing approval for the retention of a private investigator to, quote-unquote, stoop on then-mayor of philadelphia ed rendell? >> as i said, his employment by senator fumo12-17 years ago when he was in his early 20s is a matter of public record. it was highly publicized. and anybody who knows christian marone knows that when he came out of college 12-17 years ago, he worked for senator fumo to. and if you don't, you could pirg that out by spending -- figure that out by spending six seconds on the internet. >> that's exactly my concern, he's been engulf inside a variety of controversy. have you reviewed this e-mail from april 21st, it's back in 19 t 8, but concern about the department must change its practi
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to evade tax. according to a u.s. senate panel credit suisse bankers traveled to the united states on tourist visa and solicited clients in high society new york parties as well as florida golf outings. one client said he received his bank statements inside a "sports illustrated" magazine. now, the report claims that the bank b opened swiss accounts for more than 22,000 u.s. customers with assets toelting some $12 billion. a lot more on gmt coming up. out of all the large european companies france is yet to show itself pulling itself out of the meyer. one sign would be a fall in the initial number of job seekers. hollande says he should be kujed on his success of getting french people back to work. the figures have gone from bad to worse. no one is holding their breath in paris. well over 3 million french people are actively looking for work. private firms are finding it hard to pay their labor bills and rise above those latest tax increases. more throughout the rest of the day on this story as well as this one. the european jet maker airbus reported a very goodyear. a rise of 22%
national forces. the interior ministry, the armed forces, the navy, tax and border control, all commanders should take orders from me only. those who disagree, please resign. >> reporter: that scares crimea's minority population. many of their ancestors were deported by stalin in 1944. >> it's i the first time in modn history that we have lived under search be cans, they have taken over military bases and civil institutions that's why crimean society is in fear. >> reporter: pro russian demonstrators dragged government supporters from city hauled and raised the russian flag there. much of the population opposed the take over of the government in kiev last week. in key he feel. former opposition leader now presidential candidate vitale klischko appealed for calm. >> translator: i urge everybody, no provocations, no calls for accept rah tim. no violence, no an aircraft, legal and december craig authorities are formed in ukraine now. all who love their country and responsibility and citizen conscience have to show their unity. >> reporter: at a military airport a possible worrying sign of thi
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tax. >> "red eye" stopped doing happy hour when they started to affect our job. andy, why do they have to be so unique? >> have you been trying to get news corp to build a ball pit. there is no room for you to be judging. >> i haven't explained why. a playpen filled with plastic balls. they throw me out of the office. >> you never give them more information. >> you know what this is? this is the nature of wealth these days. a company like twitter makes as much money as a major automobile company. they don't employ as much. or the what's app? >> 55 employees and 19 billion for the company. >> that's the difference. the difference is people are still making money, but it is less people and more money. instead of all of these paychecks they are buying log cabins. i almost sound like a left winger. >> damn1%. >> that's not even 1%. it wouldn't be so bad if they would just hire more employees. >> it is also not revenue. >> and nobody is building the log cabin. we have to take a break. don't think of leaving me now. keep going. i have a new book. it is called not cool. march 18th and i will
by fda scientists. this is a $30 million tax funded study. the fda used many of the same tactics the industry uses. for instance, they used the charles river sprawl dolly rat. the other thing about this study is that the lab appears to have been contaminated. the control group of rats, the rats that are not supposed to be exposed to bpa so you have some sort of a baseline to measure the animals who have been exposed to the chemicals, they were somehow accidentally exposed to bpa. i have been talking about this and planning to write about this later this week. the academic scientist i have been speaking to say this essentially raises very serious questions about the validity of the finding. and it is unclear whether any conclusion can be drawn based on the study. >> what most shock to in all of your research? >> that is a good question. there are a lot of shocking things i discovered. there are couple of things. one, the fact that so few of the chemicals that are in the products we use every day have been tested for safety. as i said, there are 80,000 chemicals that are commercial
industry. middle class parisians and tourists in search of fun paid tax when they ate in restaurants, drank in bars, and traveled home in hansom cabs. the pace of modern life was accelerating and lautrec was the artist who saw its impact on public life most clearly. montmartre, its dance halls and cabarets brimming with sensuality and urban edge, set the pace for modern paris. the moulin de la galette was its center. the moulin de la galette was basically a worker's dance hall, and, so, it was kind of the guts of montmartre. it's where the workers went. it's where prostitutes went. it's where the robber would be, and so forth. it was really the heart of, not bohemian life, but of working-class impoverished life in montmartre. (narrator) in moulin de la galette, toulouse-lautrec provided a snap-shot of a seedy, nocturnal world. in the background, a frieze of dancers and their spectators... to the side a policeman keeps the peace. and in the foreground, a watchful quartet-- prostitutes and their pimp-- sizing up prospects. lautrec paints it in a way that not only does the subject matter come
-- or not pay taxes. >> narrator: for years, the italian authorities could do nothing. but when tough banking regulations were imposed across europe in the wake of the financial crisis, only the vatican bank resisted. so the italian finance police put the bank under close surveillance. using all the tools at their disposal, they monitored transactions in and out of the vatican bank. they made their first breakthrough in the summer of 2010. >> (translated): in that case, it happened that an italian bank received a request from the ior to transfer 23 million euros. the bank of italy requires details for both payee and recipient in the transaction and the reason for the transfer. the ior failed to provide adequate information, so the bank of italy decided to freeze that money. >> narrator: the whole european banking community was up in arms. with account holders that included the iranian and iraqi embassies, there were fears that the bank could be used for money laundering. one bank after another refused to do business with the vatican bank until it cleaned up its act. the pope was increasingly
,000 of lost revenue to the hotel. and that itself results in almost $2,000 in local and state sales tax revenues lost. >> estimates are it's not thousands but untold millions at stake if the bill becomes law and triggers corporate and tourist flight especially lgbt. >> this is a proposal that will send tourists away and their dollars. >> reporter: that's why companies like apple and american airlines are urging a veto like john mccain and mitt romney and even state republican senators including steve pierce who supported and voted for the bill and have now changed their minds. >> we made a mistake and now we've got to fix it. >> overnight, governor brewer tweeted, i assure you as always, i'll do the right thing for the state of arizona. if governor brewer does veto the bill, conservative talkers like rush limbaugh say they know who is to blame. >> you're being bullied by the homosexual lobby in arizona and elsewhere. >> many of those in this church agree. >> where does it stop? >> reporter: now it's up to the governor. now, the governor has been careful to not tip her hand. but one of h
it's incredible anyone came out alive. >>> what the tax bill will be for the couple that found precious coins in their back yord.
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